I just got my session/settings purged...

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I just got my session/settings purged...

I didn't anything, really, settings file was saved separately, on different disk at all... tf?

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https://i.imgur.com/N9OH3w5.png
https://i.imgur.com/kvFKSaV.png

https://winscp.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=30211

i guess it's realted to topic above, like, i used it 5 mins ago, just closed every window, restarted my PC - and here we go. lmao.

Are u able to separate all sessions, bookmarks, general settings and stuff like that into separate files? And back them up on each 'Update window' popup with exactly datetime to get it easier for us to restore them back if they are disappear somehow...

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I do not think it's related.
You already have your settings in a separate file. You can use any backup software to backup your settings file regularly.

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Man, it's kinda retarted to do that useless moves just to use public software, which could before notifying about updates - just make backup of previous settings, idk, maybe somewhere you forgot em... fclose or stuff like that, and somewhere after that that useless file descriptor used, idk man, just make some internal backup stuff, n++ already have something like that, why winscp can't? Idk..

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https://github.com/d0vgan/nppexec/commit/be31fc1261a545b98658c08bb41ffe7dace6dab8
https://github.com/d0vgan/nppexec/issues/29

i guess it's everytime happens on shutdowns, while fflush not done yet. So, just fix it in same way, if you don't wanna dig deeply.
I'm not sure this is relevant. It might be useful for file that are continuously written to (like logs). But not for files that are opened, quickly overwritten and closed.

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